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All Eyes On Washington: US Futures Rise On Hope Healthcare Vote Will Pass

Asian shares and S&P futures rose on optimism that today's rescheduled U.S. vote on health care will pass following Trump's Ultimatum to the Freedom Caucus. European stocks gave up some of Thursday’s gains, falling for the fourth time in five days, and moving further away from a 15-month high reached a week ago while the yen weakened for the first time in nine days.

Frontrunning: March 9

  • Investors Await ECB for Clues on Path of Policy (WSJ)
  • U.S. crude slumps below $50 after stocks build (Reuters)
  • Markets Are Selling Off as Dollar, Euro Gain (BBG)
  • Opposition Mounts as GOP’s Health Bill Undergoes Review (WSJ)
  • Ryan Ready to Twist Arms to Sell Health Plan to House GOP (BBG)
  • Gutting Dodd-Frank Is Hard, So Republicans Turn to Easier Things (BBG)

Frontrunning: March 8

  • GOP Disagrees on How—and Whether—to Pay for Tax Cuts (WSJ)
  • 'It's like kumbaya:' Trump's genial private meetings with CEOs jar with public attacks (Reuters)
  • New Health Plan Sparks Debate Over Obamacare Comparisons (WSJ)
  • China Grants Preliminary Approval to 38 New Trump Trademarks (BBG)
  • Questions About Loyalty to Trump Stall Treasury Picks (BBG)
  • Women in U.S. plan to stay off the job, rally in anti-Trump protests (Reuters)

Stocks Mixed As Treasuries Suffer Longest Losing Streak Since 2012, Dollar Pops Ahead Of ADP

Asian markets dropped following disappointing China trade and Japan GDP data, while European stocks rebounded for the first time in five sessions led by miners and banks. US futures were little changed with a strong dollar pressuring oil below $53; sterling slid for the eighth day out of nine before the chancellor of the exchequer delivers his spring budget. Treasuries are headed for their longest losing streak since 2012 ahead of a 10Y U.S. debt auction, and today's ADP private payrolls report.

Frontrunning: February 24

  • Futures drop along with oil prices (Reuters)
  • The U.S. Is the World’s Third-Best Equity Market Since 1900 (BBG)
  • U.S. Talks With Mexico Clouded by Mixed Message (WSJ)
  • A Tea Party for the left? Liberals hope so (Reuters)
  • Kushner, Ivanka Trump Block Attack on Paris Pact (WSJ)
  • Saudi Arabia’s Oil Wealth Is About to Get a Reality Check (BBG)

When Was America's Peak Wealth?

"...was America at its richest right before or right after Nixon took the country off the gold standard in 1971?"

Frontrunning: February 23

  • Trump to Brainstorm on Job Policies With Corporate CEOs (BBG)
  • Border-Adjustment Tax Divides Energy Sector (WSJ)
  • French Bonds Rally After Macron Boosts Presidential Campaign (BBG)
  • Boeing Fighter Jet, Feared Dead, Gets New Life From Trump Tweets (BBG)
  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Sees Tax Overhaul by August (WSJ)
  • Why Mexico Is Trump’s First Line of Defense on Immigration (BBG)

Trump Delivers Weekly Address: Live Feed

With the general public, market participants certainly included, closely following everything that comes out of Trump's mouth, below is the President's weekly address in which he may reflect on yesterday's "surreal" press conference and today's meeting with Boeing executives.

Frontrunning: February 16

  • Futures dip as Wall Street navigates unchartered territory (Reuters)
  • Trump's Russia crisis deepens (Reuters)
  • Government Landlord Pays Millions Each Year to Trump Company (WSJ)
  • Protests call for U.S. immigrants to stay home from work, school (Reuters)
  • Trump Hates Trade Deficits, But Which Ones Really Matter? (BBG)
  • French Election Puts ‘Frexit’ on the Agenda (WSJ)